There is a great and awesome day coming when Jesus will judge the nations. It will be a day of blessedness for some, and a day of terror for others. It will be a day of perfect clarity in the minds and hearts of all humanity. It will be a day of overwhelming joy and horrible regret.
Matthew 25:31, 32 “When the Son of Man comes in His glory, and all the holy angels with Him, then He will sit on the throne of His glory. 32All the nations will be gathered before Him, and He will separate them one from another, as a shepherd divides his sheep from the goats.”
I find it very interesting that many do not consider the judgment of God to be true.
The understanding and expectation of judgment is put into the heart of man by God Himself.
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Our first grand child was born today, and 7:49 p.m. She was 7 lbs., 13 oz., 20″, and she has amazing hands. Well heck, all of her is amazing.
Our daughter Sarah labored like a champ, and our son in law Caleb coached her wonderfully. Caleb’s mom Marianne is a nurse and supported and stepped in as needed. My wife Debbie was there for incredible moral support.
By the time Isabella was born, all of our kids were there (Chris & Melissa, Jon), as well as Paul, Caleb’s dad, and Caleb’s two brothers (Noah & Luke). With our loved ones around us, the blessing was complete. It was a moment captured in my mind and heart, and I am grateful to God.
It seems like yesterday that I coached Debbie as she brought Sarah into the world. Now my little girl is a mom, and I am a grandpa. God is good. These are the simple yet profound blessings of life. There is nothing like it.
Thanks to all for prayers and support.
How Some View The Issue
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“Presumption” is defined as follows:
“An assumption, often not fully established, that is taken for granted in some piece of reasoning; unwarrantable, unbecoming, or impertinent boldness.” (according to Dictionary.com)
Presumption leads to making conclusions that may or may not be true. I was reminded of that first hand this last Saturday.
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